Training Day<br />
Use of Titles<br />All titles are in red and they fade in and out slowly which could be used to create a sense of<br />	my...
Mise en Scene<br />Dark room in the morning <br />	when he wakes up shows it<br />	 is probably winter.<br />
Sound<br />Exaggerated sound of him loading <br />	the gun shows that he will probably <br />	need to use it later on. Alo...
Camera<br />Mostly close up and mid shots.<br />The close ups make the audience focus on the main characters and what they...
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Training day

  1. 1. Training Day<br />
  2. 2. Use of Titles<br />All titles are in red and they fade in and out slowly which could be used to create a sense of<br /> mystery.<br />A close up of the sun rising in the <br /> background this shows that it is <br /> the beginning of another normal day. <br />
  3. 3. Mise en Scene<br />Dark room in the morning <br /> when he wakes up shows it<br /> is probably winter.<br />
  4. 4. Sound<br />Exaggerated sound of him loading <br /> the gun shows that he will probably <br /> need to use it later on. Along with the <br /> close it helps the audience remember <br /> he has it. <br />The Sound of an alarm going off is how many people start the day so this helps the audience relate to the character.<br />
  5. 5. Camera<br />Mostly close up and mid shots.<br />The close ups make the audience focus on the main characters and what they are saying it also helps them get to know the character better. <br />Close up of the clock with the <br /> characters reflection in it both to <br /> show how early it is and to <br /> introduce the character in a <br /> mysterious way<br />Shot used to establish location<br />
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